ITS World Congress Hall of Fame Americas Winner – CUTR’s THEA CV Pilot

ITS World Congress Hall of Fame Americas Winner – CUTR’s THEA CV Pilot

“ITS World Congress has honored the THEA CV Pilot by placing it in the ITS World Congress Hall of Fame as the 2019 Americas Winner.  The Hall of Fame was created to recognize luminaries and true thought leaders in the ITS field.  This award “highlights the success of the most outstanding, ambitious and innovative ITS deployments.” The award will be

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Transitioning Tampa to a Sustainable Transportation Future

Transitioning Tampa to a Sustainable Transportation Future

Hosted by US Green Building Council Florida Gulf Coast and Sun Coast Section – APA Florida at CUTR, HART, the Hillsborough MPO, and the Tampa Bay Clean Cities Coalition joined together on Thursday, October 3, 2019 to discuss “Transitioning Tampa to a Sustainable Transportation Future.” View more pictures

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November 12, 2019: Jason Jackman on SRTS panel

November 12, 2019: Jason Jackman on SRTS panel

  Today is International Walk to School Day! CUTR Research Associate and Project Manager Jason Jackman has over ten years of experience in local and statewide community outreach with a specialization in pedestrian and bicycle safety for children and families. Join Jason at the 2019 Safe Routes to School National Conference on November 12th!

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Webinar Recording: Opportunities for State DOTs (and others) to Encourage Shared-Use Mobility Practices in Rural Areas

September 26, 2019, 12:00PM (ET) Opportunities for State DOTs (and others) to Encourage Shared-Use Mobility Practices in Rural Areas Shared-use mobility (SUM) practices are transportation services that are shared among users. SUM can include ‘traditional SUM’ practices such as public transit, taxis, limousines, etc., or ‘technology enabled SUM’ (will be referred to as ‘SUM’ in this report) practices  such as

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CUTR’s Dr. Chanyoung Lee receives Outstanding Contributions & Dedication Award

CUTR’s Dr. Chanyoung Lee receives Outstanding Contributions & Dedication Award

  Program Director Dr. Chanyoung Lee was honored by the National Association of State Motorcycle Safety Administrators (SMSA) as an “Outstanding Individual Member” for his outstanding contributions and dedication in the field of motorcycle safety. Congratulations, Dr. Lee! CUTR is proud to have you as a member of our team!

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“Attracting and Retaining Women in the Transportation Industry” at the 6th International Conference on Women’s Issues in Transportation

  CUTR Research Associate Jodi Godfrey presented on her research entitled “Attracting and Retaining Women in the Transportation Industry” at the 6th International Conference on Women’s Issues in Transportation. View the final report.

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Webinar Recording: Transit and Livability: Results from the National Community Livability Survey

September 12, 2019, 12:00PM (ET) Transit and Livability: Results from the National Community Livability Survey This session will present results from a national survey that was conducted to understand factors important to livability in both urban and rural areas across the country and to study the role of transportation and public transit. While many factors influence a community’s livability, affordable

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Webinar Recording: Shared (Smart) Mobility, MaaS and Public Transport – A new Future!

September 10, 2019, 7:00PM (ET) – Special date and time Shared (Smart) Mobility, MaaS and Public Transport – A new Future! This talk focuses on Mobility as a Service (MaaS), and what it might mean for the future role of conventional public transport. We present evidence on potential user support for MaaS subscription plans and price points, as well some

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“We Are Traffic! Safety Education and Advocacy Strategies for Vulnerable Road Users” @ USF College of Public Health Activist Lab Seminar

  Research Associate Jason Jackman, MPA and Research Support Specialist Rebecca Liller, MPH presented “We Are Traffic! Safety Education and Advocacy Strategies for Vulnerable Road Users” at the USF College of Public Health Activist Lab Seminar on August 30, 2019. We are always excited to partner with our colleagues at the College of Public Health!

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